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September 11, 2019 In The News 1 min read
Partner Sandy Shoemaker was recently appointed by Governor Polis to the Colorado Employee Ownership Commission. Her four-year term will focus on developing and advancing employee-owned businesses.
Man and woman in office shaking handsSandy Shoemaker, a partner from the Denver Tech Center, has been appointed by Governor Jared Polis to the Colorado Employee Ownership Commission.

The Commission supports the development and advancement of employee-owned businesses through technical support and education about the benefits of employee-owned business. It also identifies barriers to such business and recommends state action and resources to remove those barriers.

Sandy is one of 12 members, including a state senator, state representative, academics, and other business leaders. She’ll serve a four-year term, lending her 29 years of expertise to the state of Colorado.

Congratulations to Sandy for this honor. To see the fellow Commission members, see here.